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Issue 12 cover of Margaret from 2010, featuring Usotsuki Lily by Ayumi Komura, released on May 20, 2010.
Semimonthly (since 1988)
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Margaret (マーガレット Māgaretto ) is a biweekly Japanese shōjo manga magazine published by Shueisha, primarily for girls from 11- to 15-years -old, although some stories are read by adult women. It was first released as a weekly magazine in 1963. In 2009, the circulation was 154,584. Circulation went down to 95,044 in 2010. When manga serialized in Margaret are collected into tankōbon volumes, they are imprinted by Shueisha under their Margaret Comics imprint. Series from the sister publication Bessatsu Margaret are also under the Margaret Comics imprint. Margaret is published on the 5th and the 20th of each month.
Manga artists and series featured in Margaret
note: Not all series are in every issue, some series run in every other issue.
- Ayakashi Koi Emaki by Mayu Shinjo
- Biyaku Cafe by Ayane Ukyou
- Bokura wa Itsumo by Ayu Fujimiyau
- Chitose etc. by Wataru Yoshizumi
- Neko to Watashi no Kinyoubi by Arina Tanemura
- Hibi Chouchou by Morishita Suu
- Hirunaka no Ryūsei by Mika Yamamori
- Mairunovich by Zakuri Sato
- Mei-chan no Shitsuji by Rico Miyagi
- Ojousama wa Oyomesama by Megumi Hazuki
- Sayonara, Mata ne by Risa Hanano
- Switch Girl!! by Natsumi Aida
- Usotsuki Lily by Ayumi Komura
- Chikako Urano
- Kyōko Ariyoshi
- Yuuya Asahina
- Izumi Aso
- Mihona Fujii
- Aoi Hiiragi
- Yukari Ichijo
- Riyoko Ikeda
- Rei Kaibara (story), Jun Hasegawa (art)
- Yoko Kamio
- Sakura Kenjo
- Ayumi Komura
- Satoru Nagasawa
- Nagamu Nanaji
- Minami Ozaki
- Rin Saitō
- Zakuri Sato
- Mimi Tajima
- Arina Tanemura
- Rinko Ueda
- Ayane Ukyou
- Sumika Yamamoto
- Kanari, Youzaburou (story), Yamamoto Keiko (art)
- Miyoshi Tomori
- Chii Hamasaki
- Ayaka Takeuchi
- Azuki Ryo
- Sango Tsukishima/Miyu
- Yukie Mori
- Riya Sakurai
- Mayumi Tanabe
- Kinako Kashiwagi
- Mika Yamamori
- "2009 Japanese Manga Magazine Circulation Numbers". Anime News Network. 2010-01-18. Retrieved 2010-07-10.
- "2010 Japanese Manga Magazine Circulation Numbers". Anime News Network. Retrieved 2011-01-17.
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